STYLE FROM ABROAD: The Funky ’60s

Fashion From Abroad

If you have not already noticed, this fall funky '60s inspired patterns seem to be making a comeback from high street to designer fashion. The retro looks are this season's way of making your look stand out. Designers like Marni, Louis Vuitton, Rochas and Prada all seem to have been inspired by the colorful patterns of the '60s. Although this trend may seem intimidating, I thought this Heidelberg native pulled off the trend and made it her own effortlessly. Her bright patterned leggings are vibrant and make her stand out on a grey, cold day in Heidelberg. Her choice to pair it with a solid colored sweater is a perfect one. My common rule is if you have one item of clothing that you want to be the focal point of the look, make the other parts more subdued. She hit this concept spot on. Her brown leather boots and bag are a great basic to add to her fun ambitious ensemble. 

To find your perfect retro '60s inspired piece and don’t want to break the bank on this trend I recommend checking out H&M. They currently have a great selection of fun patterned pieces like this Fashionista's. My personal favorite are these burgundy-patterned pants. You can dress them up or down. Parker also has a great printed skirt that would look great with a black top and tights. Patterns can always be difficult to match, but remember to just keep everything else simple and make it the main item and your bound to rock it.

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